Sean Landsman is a nature photographer with a keen interest in documenting scientific research and conservation efforts. He believes compelling imagery can act as powerful agents of change and that photography can and should be used to compliment research projects and conservation initiatives. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Sean moved to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island in 2013 to pursue a PhD in fisheries biology. He holds a master’s degree from Carleton University and has been involved in the fisheries science field for over 10 years.
Whether it is a multi-day backpacking trip into the wilderness or sitting in a kayak listening to waves lap against the boat, Sean simply enjoys being immersed in nature. When he’s not looking through a camera’s viewfinder or implanting fish with tiny microchips, Sean can usually be found relaxing with his wonderful girlfriend and petting the bellies of their two fluffy, indoor cats. To see more of his photography, visit www.seanlandsmanphotography.com.